• Local domestic violence deaths are on pace to double from 2021.

    It’s Time to Talk About Domestic Violence

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

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  • Sept blog post - suicide prevention

    Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

    We help survivors impacted by trauma and mental health challenges that can affect their will to live.

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  • Pride blog

    Taking Pride in Service

    We serve anyone and everyone affected by intimate partner or sexual abuse.

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  • Community Report - CWF

    Reducing risk through partnerships

    Increased access to services can help prevent HIV for women living through violence.

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  • Celebrating Women’s History

    Celebrating Women’s History – and Future

    Learn more about The Center’s role yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

  • Hands forming a heart with the sky in the background

    What will your impact be this year?

    We have to be ready for anything … and you can help.

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  • Healthy Boundaries

    It is a crucial time to maintain our boundaries
    and strengthen our communication with
    family and friends.

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  • Woman Listening

    Apply Today

    Now accepting applicants for
    as needed Advocates. Flexible Shifts!

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You are not alone. Get help now.

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We Are Open

The Center for Women and Families is available to talk with you 24/7, every day of the year.

Protective Orders

Navigating the courts can be challenging, but our advocates are here to help.

Caring for Kids

Children exposed to violence in their homes are at risk physically, mentally, and socially.

Guest writer Dawne Gee shares her powerful story about fighting her way through an abusive marriage. It’s a must-read.

Read Dawne’s Story

Become an advocate.

Volunteering at The Center means being there for someone who needs you, empowering others to believe in themselves and making a difference one person at a time.


Our 24-Hour Lifeline

Crises don’t wait for a convenient time to happen, and that’s why The Center for Women and Families’ crisis phone line is available 24/7 to help people experiencing domestic, intimate partner or sexual violence become survivors. Learn more about what to expect if you take advantage of this free, potentially lifesaving resource.

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